The Flagler Museum in Palm Beach is the most breathtaking venue for a wedding. When the bride visited the museum she immediately knew this is where she was going to get married. Her nuptials took place at the Historic St. Ann Catholic Church in West Palm Beach equally as beautiful situated a short distance from the Flagler Museum. The color palette of her wedding was ivory and blush with gold accents. Thank you to The Big Day Wedding Photography for the images which tell the story which began with the stunning engagement pictures.
Saint Ann Historic Catholic Church in West Palm Beach .
They arrived at the Flagler Museum in Molly’s Trolleys.
Wedding dress was a combination of lace and beading with beautiful back detail.
Love the sneaker’s from etsy.com.
The monogram from the invitation was on all printed materials for the wedding including the wedding cake.
The reception took place in the West Room in the Museum . Both round and royal tables with an abundance of cream, blush and pink roses, tea roses and hydrangeas surrounded by gold mercury candles.
All tables were names after the couples favorite destinations.
The cake was custom designed by the bride.
Handmade customized porcelain cake topper.
The bride and groom wanted their guests to have fun . Each place setting had a note card with a different question that guests had to complete for their memory book. On the backside of the menu card was a thank you note and 10 ” fun facts” about the couple .
The guests were served with cookies and milk and wedding cake in martini glasses with an assortment of toppings you could select to “dress the cake”.